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Message ID: 10878
Date: 2021-02-13

Author:Jim Campbell

Subject:Fwd: FW: APSAC Online Offerings | CEs Available | Announcing New 2021 Forensic Interview Clinics

New Lectures in the APSAC Certificate Program | Introducing the APSAC & Foundling 8 Week Course | Register for the 2021 Webinar Series Announcing Two New Clinics in 2021 Learn More APSAC Virtual Forensic Interview Clinics have something to offer for all forensic and law enforcement professionals. Add skilled Forensic Interviewers to your department, community or staff; share this notice with Law Enforcement Professionals who can apply for a tuition waiver through the Katie Toth Memorial Education Scholarship.  Toth Scholarship application form Contact Us for assistance Psychology and Social Work CE Credit available. These virtual clinics has been approved by the NCA. Space is limited, register to reserve your spot. April 5, 9, 12, 16, 2021 Register May 24, May 28, June 1, and June 4 2021 Register In response to APSAC’s commitment to work towards ending systemic racism and implicit bias in the field of child maltreatment, an Anti-racism Commission was formed. The APSAC Cultural Diversity Committee decided its contribution to the Commission would be to develop a Systemic Racism in Child Welfare Certificate Program. It will be a Virtual Cultural Institute focused on supporting child maltreatment professionals and improving their response in working with African American children and families. Lecture 5: Breaking Down Barriers for Engagement with Families of Color to Achieve Racial Equity with Marva L. Lewis, PhD February 23, 2021 | 2:00 - 3:30 pm ET New relationship-based tools are needed to engagement, assessment and intervention with families of color in the child welfare system. In many communities there is often a racial divide between predominately white administrators and providers and the predominately Black and Brown children and families they serve. (Ghosh-Ippen & Lewis, 2011). This webinar presents anti-racist tools based on a trauma-informed model that assesses: 1) The perception of the quality of the working relationships from both sides of multicultural divides; 2) Recognition of cultural risks and vulnerabilities, and 3) Building on cultural strengths and resilience through a partnership approach to child welfare services. Learn More Register Pricing Non-Members: $40 Members: $15 CE Credits: $5 Psychology and Social Work CE credits are available for these sessions. Participants must attend in-person to receive credits. Participants will have the option to purchase and watch all lectures live or view them later on the APSAC LMS Questions? Let us know. Lecture 6: The Trauma of Racism: Talking to Children and Teens with Kristin Washington, PsyD, PMP & Pearl Berman, PhD March 25, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET This 90-minute workshop is designed to help parents and other concerned adults talk to children and teens about the historical trauma faced by African-Americans and how this has influenced current civic unrest over police brutality and systemic racism. It takes a psychoeducational approach and provides practical ideas to stimulate adult thinking about what strategies might work best with a particular family. Ideas are discussed that can support resilient development and a sense of agency for ending racial trauma. There will be a 30 minute question and response session at the end of the workshop. Lecture 7: The Impact of Institutional Racism on Mental Health Services for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System with Gimel Rogers, PsyD, ABPP & Marina Bassili, PsyD March 25, 2021 | 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET This training will review statistics regarding the ethnically diverse population and its overrepresentation in the Child Welfare System (CWS). A review of institutional racism and structural discrimination in the CWS will be explored. In addition, historical factors as they relate to mental health treatment and outcomes will be discussed. Lastly, this training will provide practical implications at the individual and systemic level to address these disparities. Register Pricing Non-Members: $75 Members: $25 CE Credits: $5 Lectures 6 and 7 must be purchased together. This registration covers both lectures. Psychology and Social Work CE credits are available for these sessions. Participants must attend in-person to receive credits. Questions? Let us know. History of Child Welfare in the United States and Cultural Issues with Debangshu Roygardner, Ph.D. Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, Bullying and Internet Abuse with David Finkelhor, Ph.D. Thursday, April 29, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET The Truth about Race and Trauma with Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D. Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Medical Evaluation of Child Abuse and Neglect with Randell Alexander, MD, Ph.D. Thursday, May 13, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET An Overview of Evidence-Based Trauma Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Esther Deblinger, Ph.D. and Elisabeth Pollio, Ph.D. Thursday, May 20, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Forensic Mental Health Evaluation and Guidelines with Jemour Maddux, Psy.D., ABPP Thursday, May 27, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention with Bart Klika, MSW, Ph.D. Thursday, June 3, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Take a Deep Breath: Wellness for Child Protection Professionals During Covid-19 with Mary Pulido, Ph.D. Thursday, June 10, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Register Learn More APSAC and The New York Foundling’s Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection invite you to apply for the Comprehensive Online Course for Child Welfare and Child Maltreatment Professionals. Consisting of eight, 90-minute live lectures, the training program will offer participating professionals the opportunity to acquire or enhance the competencies, skills and insights necessary to effectively work with children and families in the child welfare system. All eight courses will be led by national experts in the field of child welfare and child maltreatment. Pricing Non-Members: $145.00 Members: Free 12 CE Credits: $50.00 Up to 12 Social Work or Psychology CE Credits available. Questions? Let us know. Introducing the 2021 APSAC Foundling Webinar Series APSAC and the Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection of the New York Foundling present the 2021 APSAC Foundling Webinar Series . Join us for in-depth conversations with leading experts. New Webinar: Latest Developments in the Treatment of Adolescent Trauma: Teletherapy in the Age of COVID-19 with John Briere, Ph.D. and Cheryl Lanktree, Ph.D. Tuesday, February 25 | 2 PM ET - 3 PM ET As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and intensifies, clinicians and youth are confronted with social distancing and other infection control requirements that generally preclude in-person psychotherapy. This workshop with outline the benefits and challenges of providing trauma therapy to adolescents over the internet, and makes a series of concrete suggestions regarding best practices for teletherapy. Register Learn More Psychology and Social Work CE credits available. Questions? Let us know. Join our next discussion: The Historical Roots of Whupping Children | Presenters: Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd & Stacey Patton, PhD Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 2 - 3:30 PM ET This APSAC Reading Club is free to APSAC members and non-members. CE credits are not offered for this event. Questions about the program? Please contact onlinetraining@apsac.org Inspired by our commitment to deconstruct white privilege and address the issues of racism that permeate the child maltreatment field, the APSAC Reading Club is led by a diverse group of professionals. Topics such as racism in psychotherapy, recognizing micro-aggressions in child maltreatment work, and addressing white supremacy culture, will be discussed. Please join us for what are sure to be important conversations as we share and reflect on the critical issue of promoting racial justice. The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E Broad St. | Columbus, OH 43203 877-402-7722 | 614-827-1321 apsac.org Join APSAC APSAC | 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 Sent by apsac@apsac.org powered by Try email marketing for free today!

New Lectures in the APSAC Certificate Program | Introducing the APSAC & Foundling 8 Week Course | Register for the 2021 Webinar Series Announcing Two New Clinics in 2021 Learn More APSAC Virtual Forensic Interview Clinics have something to offer for all forensic and law enforcement professionals. Add skilled Forensic Interviewers to your department, community or staff; share this notice with Law Enforcement Professionals who can apply for a tuition waiver through the Katie Toth Memorial Education Scholarship.  Toth Scholarship application form Contact Us for assistance Psychology and Social Work CE Credit available. These virtual clinics has been approved by the NCA. Space is limited, register to reserve your spot. April 5, 9, 12, 16, 2021 Register May 24, May 28, June 1, and June 4 2021 Register In response to APSAC’s commitment to work towards ending systemic racism and implicit bias in the field of child maltreatment, an Anti-racism Commission was formed. The APSAC Cultural Diversity Committee decided its contribution to the Commission would be to develop a Systemic Racism in Child Welfare Certificate Program. It will be a Virtual Cultural Institute focused on supporting child maltreatment professionals and improving their response in working with African American children and families. Lecture 5: Breaking Down Barriers for Engagement with Families of Color to Achieve Racial Equity with Marva L. Lewis, PhD February 23, 2021 | 2:00 - 3:30 pm ET New relationship-based tools are needed to engagement, assessment and intervention with families of color in the child welfare system. In many communities there is often a racial divide between predominately white administrators and providers and the predominately Black and Brown children and families they serve. (Ghosh-Ippen & Lewis, 2011). This webinar presents anti-racist tools based on a trauma-informed model that assesses: 1) The perception of the quality of the working relationships from both sides of multicultural divides; 2) Recognition of cultural risks and vulnerabilities, and 3) Building on cultural strengths and resilience through a partnership approach to child welfare services. Learn More Register Pricing Non-Members: $40 Members: $15 CE Credits: $5 Psychology and Social Work CE credits are available for these sessions. Participants must attend in-person to receive credits. Participants will have the option to purchase and watch all lectures live or view them later on the APSAC LMS Questions? Let us know. Lecture 6: The Trauma of Racism: Talking to Children and Teens with Kristin Washington, PsyD, PMP & Pearl Berman, PhD March 25, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET This 90-minute workshop is designed to help parents and other concerned adults talk to children and teens about the historical trauma faced by African-Americans and how this has influenced current civic unrest over police brutality and systemic racism. It takes a psychoeducational approach and provides practical ideas to stimulate adult thinking about what strategies might work best with a particular family. Ideas are discussed that can support resilient development and a sense of agency for ending racial trauma. There will be a 30 minute question and response session at the end of the workshop. Lecture 7: The Impact of Institutional Racism on Mental Health Services for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System with Gimel Rogers, PsyD, ABPP & Marina Bassili, PsyD March 25, 2021 | 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET This training will review statistics regarding the ethnically diverse population and its overrepresentation in the Child Welfare System (CWS). A review of institutional racism and structural discrimination in the CWS will be explored. In addition, historical factors as they relate to mental health treatment and outcomes will be discussed. Lastly, this training will provide practical implications at the individual and systemic level to address these disparities. Register Pricing Non-Members: $75 Members: $25 CE Credits: $5 Lectures 6 and 7 must be purchased together. This registration covers both lectures. Psychology and Social Work CE credits are available for these sessions. Participants must attend in-person to receive credits. Questions? Let us know. History of Child Welfare in the United States and Cultural Issues with Debangshu Roygardner, Ph.D. Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, Bullying and Internet Abuse with David Finkelhor, Ph.D. Thursday, April 29, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET The Truth about Race and Trauma with Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D. Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Medical Evaluation of Child Abuse and Neglect with Randell Alexander, MD, Ph.D. Thursday, May 13, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET An Overview of Evidence-Based Trauma Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Esther Deblinger, Ph.D. and Elisabeth Pollio, Ph.D. Thursday, May 20, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Forensic Mental Health Evaluation and Guidelines with Jemour Maddux, Psy.D., ABPP Thursday, May 27, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention with Bart Klika, MSW, Ph.D. Thursday, June 3, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Take a Deep Breath: Wellness for Child Protection Professionals During Covid-19 with Mary Pulido, Ph.D. Thursday, June 10, 2021 | 12:30 - 2 PM ET Register Learn More APSAC and The New York Foundling’s Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection invite you to apply for the Comprehensive Online Course for Child Welfare and Child Maltreatment Professionals. Consisting of eight, 90-minute live lectures, the training program will offer participating professionals the opportunity to acquire or enhance the competencies, skills and insights necessary to effectively work with children and families in the child welfare system. All eight courses will be led by national experts in the field of child welfare and child maltreatment. Pricing Non-Members: $145.00 Members: Free 12 CE Credits: $50.00 Up to 12 Social Work or Psychology CE Credits available. Questions? Let us know. Introducing the 2021 APSAC Foundling Webinar Series APSAC and the Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection of the New York Foundling present the 2021 APSAC Foundling Webinar Series . Join us for in-depth conversations with leading experts. New Webinar: Latest Developments in the Treatment of Adolescent Trauma: Teletherapy in the Age of COVID-19 with John Briere, Ph.D. and Cheryl Lanktree, Ph.D. Tuesday, February 25 | 2 PM ET - 3 PM ET As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and intensifies, clinicians and youth are confronted with social distancing and other infection control requirements that generally preclude in-person psychotherapy. This workshop with outline the benefits and challenges of providing trauma therapy to adolescents over the internet, and makes a series of concrete suggestions regarding best practices for teletherapy. Register Learn More Psychology and Social Work CE credits available. Questions? Let us know. Join our next discussion: The Historical Roots of Whupping Children | Presenters: Stacie LeBlanc, JD, MEd & Stacey Patton, PhD Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 2 - 3:30 PM ET This APSAC Reading Club is free to APSAC members and non-members. CE credits are not offered for this event. Questions about the program? Please contact onlinetrainingapsac.org Inspired by our commitment to deconstruct white privilege and address the issues of racism that permeate the child maltreatment field, the APSAC Reading Club is led by a diverse group of professionals. Topics such as racism in psychotherapy, recognizing micro-aggressions in child maltreatment work, and addressing white supremacy culture, will be discussed. Please join us for what are sure to be important conversations as we share and reflect on the critical issue of promoting racial justice. The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 1706 E Broad St. | Columbus, OH 43203 877-402-7722 | 614-827-1321 apsac.org Join APSAC APSAC | 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 Sent by apsacapsac.org powered by Try email marketing for free today!